Breakfast with Brownie

Good Morning Browns Fans and Happy Monday!!!

Well another Monday and another loss here in Browns Town.

The Browns went toe to toe with Jay Cutler and the Bears, but in the end the Bears offense was just too much for thisDec 9, 2012; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon (13) runs for a first down after a catch in the first quarter against the Kansas City Chiefs at Cleveland Browns Stadium. (David Richard-USA TODAY Sports) Browns team and they fell 38-31 in front of their home crowd at First Energy Stadium.

As depressing as this loss is, the Browns fifth straight loss since their encouraging win over the Baltimore Ravens well over a month ago, it sets them up for a chance to claim the second or third slot in the 2014 NFL Draft.

It’s been pretty much a theme the past few weeks in Breakfast with Brownie that at this point as unpopular as it is, losing out makes the most sense for this team.  We understand they have a top defense and a legitimate wide receiver in Josh Gordon and at tight end with Jordan Cameron.  What they don’t have however, is a franchise quarterback.  If they lose at the Jets next week, and again in Pittsburgh the following week, the Browns will have themselves set up perfectly for the draft.

If the Browns can land the second or third pick in the draft, they would be more than likely able to secure their franchise quarterback without giving up their second first round pick they received from the Indianapolis Colts.

Only time will tell which way the Browns season will end up..


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Browns safety Tashaun Gipson on how heartbreaking it is to let a game like that slip through your fingers.  “It’s very frustrating,” said Browns safety Tashaun Gipson, who picked off Cutler twice and returned one 44 yards for a touchdown but couldn’t get his hand on a late 45-yard TD pass to Alshon Jeffery. “Whenever you’re able to put up 14 points defensively and bring three turnovers, that’s huge. I felt like for the first three quarters we played lights out, and that’s been the name of the game this season — our fourth quarter.

“We let it slip away from us. I just never guessed we’d lose after having the hot start that we did. If you would have told me that in the middle of the second quarter, I would’ve never believed you.”


Browns strong safety T.J.Ward talking about the frustration of not being able to finish a game out and get the win.  “I just don’t know what it is (about not finishing),” said safety T.J. Ward, who returned a fumble 51 yards for a touchdown to put the Browns up 24-17 with 3:40 left in the third quarter, shortly after Haden winced his way into the locker room. “I can’t put my finger on it. I wish I did know because then we could try to correct it. It’s upsetting.”


Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound



>Well this jersey sums up how most of the Browns fans feel at this point in the season!!!



>Nothing better to see than a son enjoying the game with his Dad..Glad you guys had a great time Ryan!!


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  • Letterman007

    That top defense isn’t so top when the other team gets to the Red Zone. The Browns defense is way, way down in Red Zone D !! What, 28th or 30th is it !! Not good doesn’t quite cover it !! They have been that way for quite a while, haven’t seen much if any improvement ! The D line looked porous yesterday, Forte got what, 127 yards last I saw. Not much pressure on Cutler either. The DBs were over matched as both Haden and Skrine got burnt !! The offense is not alone in needing help. This D needs further attention !!

    • Josh Hart

      When did Haden get burnt? Great players will always make great plays, but I don’t remember him ever being burnt. The D needs some help, but a good offense will go a long way to helping them out.

      • Letterman007

        Haden got burned for the TD by Marshall He also got burned in the Jags game !! Their defense in the Red Zone is really bad. That happens in any quarter whether first through last . Their third down defense also stinks, you can check the record!! That has nothing to do with being tired or the offense !! This happens game in and game out, not a one time thing either. Face it they are not as good as they had hoped and where is the pressure promised by Horton, non existent !!

        • Josh Hart

          Haden was burned by Brown and Shorts, yes. He wasn’t burned by Marshall. He was in great position, Marshall just made the play as one of the best WRs in the nfl can do.

          • Letterman007

            He still got beat just like Gordon does to other corners!!you are making excuses in your mind! Had Haden been three inches taller would he have made the play? I’m not sure are you? But he didn’t . Yes, I think Haden is a good corner and a bright spot on the team, but as I said before, we need a corner with size, like Seattle has, opposite Haden and let Skrine go back to dime!

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